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WALES: Explore maritime history.


MARITIME adventures and man's encounter with the sea are explored in the latest issue of the Maritime Wales journal.

The magazine looked at the import trade in the Middle Ages and the life of Captain Hugh Evans who played an important role in Anglesey's maritime history during the first half of the 19th century.

The journal was established in 1976 by Aled Eames, a lecturer at the University of Wales, Bangor; Lewis Lloyd, a lecturer at Coleg Harlech; and Bryn Parry, the Gwynedd Archvist.

The publication is produced by Gwynedd Council.

Ann Rhydderch, Principal Archivist and Heritage Officer for Gwynedd Council, who is a member of the 'Maritime Wales' editorial board said: "We are delighted that the latest edition of Maritime Wales can boast such a variety of articles, which we hope will be of interest to people throughout Wales. The journal has become an important forum for those who have personal history related to Welsh seafaring life.

"As an editorial board, we are always keen to hear from anyone who is interested in contributing to future editions of 'Maritime Wales'.

As in 1976, the aim of the journal is to include a variety of articles which appeal to a wide range of readers, and which cover as many aspects as possible of man's encounter with the sea around the coasts of Wales."

Further details on how to obtain a copy of Maritime Wales are available on 01286 679088.
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:Nov 5, 2007
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